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First Lady Grace Mugabe has moved to dump Zanu PF's beleaguered "Gang of Four" and is more and more aligning herself with Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa after apparently realising that she was being used by the allegedly manipulative group.

The sobriquet Gang of Four was first coined by liberation struggle icon Rugare Gumbo in an exclusive interview with the Daily News late last year at the height of Zanu PF's internal wars, drawing parallels between the group and

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A pastor with Alpha is Grace Ministries caused a scene at a local watering hole where a prostitute clashed with him after she suspected that he had cheated on her with other women.

The man of the cloth,  Pastor Proud Zulu, reportedly took other women to the bar where his lover Virginia Ndoro was.

The pastor was having a nice time with other women at Dandaro Bar where Peter Moyo was playing when the fracas broke out.

He was about to leave when his enraged lover pounced.

A woman from Xochiwa Village under Chief Nemangwe in Gokwe reportedly stripped and walked naked around her homestead in protest over a team of tsikamutandas (witch hunters) who had come to allegedly cleanse her bedroom hut from goblins.

The mysterious creatures were suspected to be owned by the woman's husband. According to reports, the woman, Martha Murwisi, allegedly stripped naked at the doorstep of her bedroom before she went around the homestead when three tsikamutandas told

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A BULAWAYO police officer survived death by a whisker after he was hit by a car while manning a roadblock along Masiyephambili Drive.

The Officer Commanding Traffic in Bulawayo, Superintendent Maxwell Chikunguru yesterday confirmed the incident which occurred on Monday.

Supt Chikunguru said the driver of the vehicle - a Toyota Hilux registration number ABG 9218 - only stopped when he realised he had injured a police officer.

"I can confirm that Sgt Kumbani was hit by a

Machete-wielding South African hooligans clad in work suits and safety shoes who were hunting foreigners in that country "like rats" circled Blessing Duri's shack in Verulam, Durban, at the crack of dawn on April 14.

Duri (26) had heard about the xenophobic violence in other parts of Durban, but he threw caution to the wind as his mind toiled over the idea of fleeing back to his remote rural Honde Valley home in Manicaland province where his parents passed on a decade ago.

POLICE on Saturday morning foiled a car protest by friends of missing pro-democracy activist Itai Dzamara, saying it was illegal.

Friends of the missing journalist-cum activist plotted a demonstration in Harare's high density suburb of Glenview as a way of putting pressure on authorities to up the search for Dzamara.

National Police Spokesperson Paul Nyathi said the protest was illegal hence it was disrupted leading in three vehicles being impounded.

"People must

The Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) has communicated an intelligence report that says the Nigerian militant group Boko Haram is in Zimbabwe en route to South Africa.

Zimbabwean UK-based news website, Zimeye, reported that police officers in Matebeleland have been put on standby following a tip-off from South the African intelligence service that the group is entering that country through Zimbabwe where it is feared they would carry out revenge attacks for the ill-treatment of

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A Zimbabwean woman who was recently found beheaded in Johannesburg was "cut into six pieces," a relative has told a newspaper in her country.

Gauteng police have said that they do not think that Naume Garusa, 41, was a victim of xenophobic violence. They are treating the case as murder.

Garusa's body was found in Killarney on April 14. She was buried in her home near Chiredzi in southern Zimbabwe this week, the Herald reported at the weekend.

Her sister

Alarmed by the escalating anarchy devouring the ruling party, Zanu PF bigwigs — including an under pressure President Robert Mugabe — are planning to devote most of their time looking into the mindless bloodletting when the politburo, the party's highest decision-making body outside congress, next meets in Harare.

Well-placed sources told the news crew yesterday that the rampant factionalism and "destructive ambition" that continued to characterise the party

MDC-T president Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday said President Robert Mugabe's "inevitable end was nigh" and vowed that the opposition party would remove the Zanu PF strongman from power this year.

Tsvangirai said this while addressing about 10 000 party supporters outside Mucheke Stadium as part of his countrywide by-election boycott campaign rallies.

The rally was held outside the stadium because the venue had already been booked by a church group.

However, the

A BULAWAYO man allegedly accused his wife of prostitution and infecting him with a sexually transmitted disease before offering her R1 as transport fare to go back to her family.

This was revealed when Swisser Sibanda (33) of Spring Farm dragged her husband, Shadreck Sibanda (37), to court seeking a protection order. She told magistrate Ms Evelyn Mashavakure that although her husband was accusing her of infecting him with a sexually transmitted disease, she had no intention of divorcing

As the nation is still speechless following the mysterious disappearance of veteran journalist-cum-human rights activist Itai Dzamara in hiw own home surbub six weeks ago, another Zimbabwean man has reportedly been kidnapped together with two Congolese nationals in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

The three worked for a private company – UN-MASS – which is subcontracted by the United Nations to de-mine and defuse explosives in the DRC.

The trio went missing near

Former Vice-President Joice Mujuru's life could be in danger amid reports that intruders, including suspected state security officials, were constantly being intercepted at her Beatrice Farm.

Three men were caught in the early hours of Friday morning, around 3am. One of them was reported to be a police officer. Two days earlier another man who reportedly appeared mentally unstable was also nabbed at the farm.

According to well-placed sources, the three were taken to Beatrice

A 31-year-old Masvingo woman in a polygamous marriage allegedly pulled her husband's "anaconda" before she fatally hit him with a pestle following an argument over US$1, police have confirmed.

Namatirai Makaya (31) who was Owen Muto's third wife, fatally struck her 51-year-old husband as she attempted to stop him from further assaulting her using a burning log.

Chief Munyikwa said the incident occurred last week on Monday at around 7pm.

Muto's body was

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A gang of South Africans brutally assaulted a Zimbabwean man on two separate occasions inside his Durban home, slicing off his buttocks and skinning his manhood in one of the most gruesome cases of the anti-African migrant violence gripping that country.

The attackers stormed Mr Timothy Mutekede's place on the night of April 2 and left him for dead, only to return to try and finish him off the next day after learning he had miraculously survived.

Mr Mutekede – who is

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